The indictment filed by the Jerusalem District Prosecutor's Office said Mashara prepared a gift for Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah, and last June travelled with his wife to Lebanon where he presented the terrorist group with information on several locations in Jerusalem.
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Mashara visited Beirut's Dahiya district and a local cemetery where Hezbollah leaders are buried,
including assassinated commander Imad Mughniyeh.
Mashara left his contact details with the cemetery guard, and was later contacted by Hezbollah.
He met with a person who indetified himself as a Hezbollah official, and was asked to name several locations in Jerusalem from aerial photos, including the Knesset, the Government compound, the Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital, Mount Herzl, the Hebrew University and other sites.
Mashara was also asked about the location of the prime minster and the defense minister's private residences.
The indictment further suggests that Mashara met with "the manager" and "a computer technician" who showed him how to contact Hezbollah using emails and Facebook, once he returned to Israel.
Mashara was paid $1,500 to purchase a laptop computer which he was meant to use in order to contact Hezbollah.
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